Real Estate Influence Articles

These Real Estate articles will give you the news and information you need to stay up to date in the ever changing Real Estate industry.

February 8, 2013 – 841 views
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The real estate scene in California is going through a phase of mass transition these days. The main factors contributing to this transition are the increasing demand from investors and buyers as well as the decreasing supply of real estates. This is because of the fact that the mortgage rates in California have gone down drastically, making the properties more affordable. These factors will continue to change the market in 2013... Full Story 
January 15, 2013 – 1,004 views
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Whether you are a buyer or a seller of real estate, you will find that there are always ongoing obligations and rights once the property is purchased or sold. Regardless of the verbal agreement between the seller and the buyer for post-closing obligations, it is always better to have everything in writing and inked by the parties involved in the process. By doing this, you can avoid.. Full Story 
January 8, 2013 – 791 views
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Renting out your space for commercial purposes is not an easy job. The commercial leases differ from the regular contracts. Renting for commercial purposes involves a greater amount of responsibility as the terms and conditions are grossly different. For instance, the consumer protection laws that apply to commercial leases are much less compared to those for residential leases. Much detailed research needs to be done if you are planning to deal with commercial leases in real estate. Full Story 
December 17, 2012 – 806 views
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The General Services Administration acts as the major go between that handles the majority of the federal governmentís contracting with private companies. In the case of leasing property, the GSA is the primary negotiator and represents the largest portfolio of leasing demand in the country. On average, the U.S. uses and needs up to 194 million square feet of leased space, whether for office or industrial needs. It should be no surprise then that there is quite a market to capture this demand and related revenue... Full Story 
December 6, 2012 – 916 views
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Thoroughly screening prospective commercial tenants is the best way to protect landlords from financial losses in the future. That responsibility also extends to real estate agents who work on behalf of commercial landlords. Itís imperative for the landlord and the real estate agent to work together as a team to secure a professional tenant who can guarantee the lease and provide proof of financial stability. Taking the time to screen commercial tenants is especially significant in todayís difficult economy. With a high percentage of businesses closing their doors within a year of opening, the initial screening process is the most important aspect of choosing a long-term tenant... Full Story 
November 12, 2012 – 898 views
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Depending on the depth of your real estate experience, purchasing a multi-family property for profit can be a lot more difficult than buying a single-residence home for your family. Because multi-family buildings usually involve tenants and sometimes retailers that generate profit for the owner, they are essentially classified as commercial real estate. Educating yourself on current market trends and applying a few simple tips during the negotiating stage can help you make the right investment and maximize your profit potential... Full Story 
November 5, 2012 – 1,223 views
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A property management plan is the financial and operational strategy for the ongoing management of a property. To develop an effective property management plan, the very first thing that must be analyzed is the clientís objectives. It is most common for property managers to know and understand that most all clients who obtain the services of a property manager have two primary objectives:... Full Story 
October 12, 2012 – 848 views
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When a company leases or rents space and then wants to borrow money for any reason, they will go to a bank or commercial lender and apply for a loan. A well thought out commercial or business loan agreement, which is backed by collateral, will almost always require a landlord waiver document before the loan is approved. The document makes it much easier for the lender to enter and occupy the premises and liquidate any or all of the personal property of the tenant should that tenant/borrower default on the loan... Full Story